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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1896)
WIDNKSDAY DECEMBER. 1C1IM.
How Elephants (’limb.
Elephants are able to make their
wav up and down mountains and
through a country of steep cliffs,
where mules would not dare to
venture, and even where men find
passage difficult. Their tracks have
been found upon the yerv summits
of mountains over 7000 feet high.
In these journeys an elephant is
often compelled to descend hills
and mountainsides which are al
most precipitous. This is the wav
it is done: The elephant’s first
maneuver is to kneel dcwn c’-ose to
the declivity. One foreleg is then
cautiously passed over the edge and
a short way down the slope, and it'
he find there is no spot for a firm
foothol I lie speedily forms one by
stamping into the soil if it is moist
or kicking out a footing if it is dry
When he is sure of a good foothold
the other foreleg is Brought down in
the same way. Then he performs
the sain ■ work over again with his
feet, bringing both forelegs a little
in advance for the first hoothold
This leaves good places already'
made for the hind feet. Now
bracing himself up by his huge
strong forelegs he draws his hind
lags, first one and then the other,
carefully over the edge, where they
occupy the first places made by the
forefeet. This is the wav the huge
animal proceeds all the way down,
zigzag, kneeling with his forefeet.
Thus the center of gravity is pre
served anti the huge beast prevent
e<l from toppling over on his nose.
very severe cold; was almost unable
to speak. My friends all advised'
me to consult apysician. Noticing
Chamberlian’s Cough Remedy ad
vertised in the St. Paul Volks
Zeitung I procured a bottle, and
after taking it a short while was
entyrely well- I now most heartily
recommend this remedy to anyone
suffering with a cold.
W. m . K eil ,
678 Selby Ave., St. Paul, Minn.
For sale by
N. BROWN & SONS,--The Leading Merchants
This is to certify that on May 11
I walked to Melick’s drug store on
a pair of crutches and bought a
bottle of Chamberlain’s Pain Balm 1
which had crippled me up. After
using three bottles I am completely
cured. I can cheerfully recommend
it—Charles H. Wetzel, Sunbury,
Sworn and subscribed to before
me on August 10, 1894.—Walter
Shipman, J. P. For sale at 50
cents per bottle by druggists.
BURNS DRUG STORE.
Durkee’s Baking Powder.
H W WELCOME, Proprietor.
fl BiOLu TEIT FU^E.
DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, TOILET ARTI
CLES OF ALL KINDS, ETC.
I** ma<ie in Baker City, and is a home production
Prescriptions carefully compounded by a Registered Pharmacist
Bl Y I T. and you will find it gives satisfact on.
money at home, and build up home industries
ÎTFOR SALE BY
all grocers .
Thi* I. Your Opportunity.
On receipt of ten cents, rush or stamps,
a generous sample w ill be mailed of the
mot.t popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure
(Ely’s Cream Balm i sufficient to demon
strate the great luciits <1 the remedy.
56 V irr- u St New York City.
Itev. John It, .1. J? < f C r. -it Tall«, Mont.,
< •<, i , I a nt to me. I
i • '. "It is a posi
tive cure for > it ih i a • I a- «Erected.”—
Rev. Francis W. I' .de. 1 osl'T C i ntrul l'rea.
Church, Helena, Mont.
F.ly’s Cream Balm is the acknowledged
cnre for catarrh ami contains no mercury
our any injurious drug. Price, 50 cents.
Work Guaranteed to be first class.
We mix our own Paints, and
Our Work Sueaks for it e f.
ROBT, IRVING, Prop.
COUGHS and GOLDS
l-f^*T'onini >dii'us, Convenient, Cheap,
ELY 3 PIN EOLA BALSAM 1« n sure ltenuxly
fur cough», cokU, »ore Uirual and for aatlinia. It
abate» the cough,
and render» expect
Parties Desiring Cabinet Work
that excels any done in this place
heretoore, call and examine my
will invariably der ve
U-ncfit from 11» u»e.
Many who aup|.we
their caeca to bacon-
•umptluu are ouly
suffering frvm a
chronic cold < r <!• ep
»eated cough, oft, n
aegravat, d by ca
tarrh. for catarrh u»a Kr'» Cream Balm. Toth
•v u'.l in> pleasant to uae. t'«cam lla m, RC -m.
,»er tile; I’lmel« Halsam. tv. H Id by Drncglata.
FLY BKUlIlEKs, *u W arren Su, New } urk.
Burns Stags Company
St ige ’eaves Burns r- erev Monday and 1 hursday.
fW* First door north of Brick Store.
P rinkvillk tfio.oo.
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RED FRONT LIVERY
W. W. JOHNSON,
Frcyrietcr cf .he EI»ITE SALOON
Keep ronvtanth on hand a supply of tine Liquors and Uig«”s
--THEY HAYE ALSO----
AFR- MOTTACU BiUierd TaWe
THOS. LA HEY, Burna, Oreg
I** Good Accomodations.
remedy for Consumption, By its tinwly use
Ykts of h hv I css cases have been already
-nentlv cared. So proof-positive am I
oi its power (tut I emskier it my duty to
*z>«J hr«» Ay fl.'s frtt to those of your readers
who have Censumptkin,Throat. Bronchi il or
Lune Trouble, if they will write me tie»“
express and j\»st>t!ice address. Sincerely.
T. A. SLOCV t. M. C m IM Pearl St . !b-w Tnt
On the Corner South of the French Hotel, Main Street.
McCLAlN <fc WILLIAMS
The proprietor is well known not ouly here but in all the *'
Counties and Towns.
His business qualifications and natural a
tion for horses specially fits him for the avocation